Two Flippin residents arrested on bur...

Two Flippin residents arrested on burglary charges

There are 107 comments on the Baxter Bulletin story from Jan 6, 2009, titled Two Flippin residents arrested on burglary charges. In it, Baxter Bulletin reports that:

YELLVILLE - Two Flippin residents were arrested on burglary charges Monday after items were found at a Mountain Home pawn shop.

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Another Outsider

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#102 Oct 11, 2009
angel or a ghost wrote:
<quoted text>it would not get stolen if so much yankee scum like you weren't moveing down here. you scum will trash up here like you did up north yankee scum go home !!!!!!!!!!
Your sir are an ignorant pompous ass.
Oh Please

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#103 Oct 11, 2009
john deere wrote:
How people say this isnt a friendly town go to harps and peope smile say hello maybe Mary and hereforgood need to open there eyes
Oh please. My children and I (small children) sat stranded on the highway next to Harp's not one stinking person even bothered to see if we were OK or help us push the car to the side of the road. We went into harps looking for a phone and they were NOT helpful either. What kind of town other than hellville doesn't even stop to see if someone is OK? You can keep your crappy town and your ignorant attitudes.
angel or a ghost

Enterprise, AL

#104 Oct 11, 2009
Another Outsider wrote:
<quoted text>Your sir are an ignorant pompous ass.
well you can kiss that ass to.

Homestead, FL

#105 Oct 25, 2009
Wow! Where does one go and not be worried about the safety of her family because of the color of their skin? I was first looking in TN when couple of the realtors there just about told me I would probably "fair better in a larger town" because the locals wouldn't like it much.

Why? Why can't people just be civil to each other? Am I missing something?
Waskwey Wabbit

United States

#108 Nov 4, 2009
Granny: Youd better read some other posts, with Mary's interjections. She blamed everybody and anybody for her problems. Many of us stood up for her, and she critisized us for that. I wont go any farther, please check some archives.

Homestead, FL

#109 Nov 11, 2009
Sorry, I don't get to this site much these days, duty calls. I am a nurse and with this swine-flu going around, I see a lot more patients than normal.

How's everyone out there in AR? Have you all learned to get along yet? You know, there are some more difficult times that are heading our way, yes, before things turn around. I think we all are going to need each other a lot sooner than we "think".

We might as well just learn to treat each other civilly and reach out to each other before it get really worse than it is already. Such petty differences such as the color of my skin, verses theirs, or out of towner's verses the locals is so petty and childish.

I've already purchase my land in AR and will live there. If you see that lone black woman at any one of the churches there, it's me! At the grocer, it's me! At the school where my children will be attending, it's me! The post office, it's me!

I encourage you to stop and say hi to me and my family. Promise you, we won't bite. I am a God-fearing, hard-working, law-abiding citizen of the "world".......(smili ng here). I will lend a hand if needed, and words of comfort if so desired, I can point you in the direction of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

I don't argue, gossip, or fight, I don't have enemies, nor am I one. Don't get me confuse though, I'm not a push over, will protect my family at all cost. I'd just rather love than hate any day!

I think it's about time that we learn to stop hating each other, isn't it? Times are difficult enough as it is. There must be somehow we can live united, praying for that day.


Homestead, FL

#110 Jul 8, 2010
Hi there good folks of AR:

So much has change from the last time I've been here. The economy here in Fl. TERRIBLE!! So many have lost their jobs, are going without...the gulf, unbelievable! People are hurting all over the world.

We do what we can here in the neighborhood where i live. Nobody in my neighborhood goes hungry! If one doesn't have it, the other does. We really look out for each other, as we all should be right?

I haven't moved as yet. My mom passed away and I'm just got the strength to get up and "live" again. Mu mother besides God and my children, means the world to me. I've been down, hurting for a while, but for the grace of God, I'm here!

I'm going to need a good church when I get there. Do anyone know of somewhere where they'll have us? One that does not see "color"? Please point us in the right direction. Thank you.

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